Anniversary workshop "Data recovery clustering"
On December 12, 2022 an anniversary workshop will be held on School of Data Analysis and Artificial Intelligence, dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the Tenured Professor, Professor at School of Data Analysis and Artificial Intelligence, Doctor of Technical Science Boris G. Mirkin.
The workshop is dedicated to the anniversary of Tenured Professor Boris G. Mirkin will take place on Monday, December 12th 2022 at 15.00.
Topic: "Data recovery clustering".
Abstract: The talk reviews the author's work in clustering. It starts from approximation problems for square similarity matrices. Resulting cluster structures may represent conventional structures such as partitions and single clusters, as well as rather unusual structures such as structured partitions (aka block-models) and chain orders. Most recent work with author's participation include (a) least squares community detection in attribute-rich networks (2020-21) and (b) core-shell clusters in the analysis of oceanic upwellings (2022-2023). Then I move on to the analysis of k-means clustering in this perspective. I present a Pythagorean decomposition of the data scatter, a comlementary criterion, and applications to (c) anomalous clustering and (d) geometric interpretation of chi-squared. Some examples of application are given. Joint work with I. Muchnik, T. Smith, E. Koonin, Y. Wolf, and T. Fenner.
Room: G 303
|15.00-15.15||Sergei Kuznetzov||Opening speech|
|15.15-16.00||Boris Mirkin||Data recovery clustering|
|16.00-16.30||Fuad Aleskerov||Модели интервального выбора|
|16.30-17.00||Dmitriy Ilvovskiy||Attention in NLP: grabbing for good and for bad|
|18.00-18.30||Boris Goldengorin||Mirkin's walk from prebase (in automata theory) to abstractions, generalizations, and interpretations|
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